Sleep and the Male Sex Life

June 9, 2011

By Dianna Douglas More research practically begging people to get a good night’s sleep has come out of the sleep labs at the University of Chicago. Eve Van Cauter and Rachel Leproult have discovered that a week of inadequate sleep means less [Read more]

King Tut and Mummy Genetics

February 17, 2010

The big science story of the past 24 hours has been a paper from the Journal of American Medical Association about what caused the death of King Tutankhamun, better known as King Tut, the world’s most famous mummy. Many of the news articles [Read more]